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Get ready to step into the world of business. Here at the Harbert College of Business, we host many career and networking events each semester to get you one step closer to landing your future career in business.
Join us for one of our Career Fairs or Meet and Greets to get connected with some of the leading companies.
So far, the Harbert College of Business plans to host two career fair events for Fall 2021. Check out the details below for the events and how to register.
The Harbert College of Business is hosting an in-person career fair on September 28-29 2021, from 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. each day on the 1st floor of Horton Hardgrave Hall. This year The Harbert College of Business is hosting an additional Career Fair virtually on October 14, 2021, from 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. on the Career Fair Plus platform.
The Harbert College of Business Career Fair provides opportunities for students to interact with a variety of companies and organizations offering internships and full-time employment opportunities in fields ranging from Accounting/Finance to Marketing/Sales to Information Technology to Management.
Please note that there will be different employers at each of the career fair dates. All students interested in learning more about internship and full-time opportunities are welcome and encouraged to attend.
Don't forget to register for each event on Handshake!
The Department of Supply Chain Management is hosting its very own career fair on October 5, 2021, from 2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. in the Harbert Recruiting Center at Jordan Hare Stadium.
The Supply Chain Management Career Fair provides opportunities for students to interact with a variety of companies and organizations offering internships and full-time employment opportunities in fields related to Supply Chain Management.
This event is exclusively available to students with a major or minor in Supply Chain Management. Pre-Business students who intend to major in Supply Chain Management are welcome to attend as well as MBA students with a concentration in Supply Chain Management.
Don't forget to register for the event on Handshake!
Unsure of how to approach attending a career fair? Check out the Office of Professional and Career Development's Career Toolbox.Career Toolbox
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